Archive for October, 2013

ASA MTS Discipline Hosts Banking/Leasing Roundtable

TweetASA’s Machinery and Technical Specialties discipline hosted a special roundtable luncheon for banking/leasing professionals on Tuesday, October 15 at ASA’s joint 2013 International Appraisers and Advanced Business Valuation Conferences in San Antonio, Texas.The main topic of discussion was the appraisal industry and best practices as it relates to banking/leasing. An article titled “Banks Run on […]

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ASA Past Presidents Honored

TweetA new tradition was unveiled at ASA’s 2013 Joint International Appraisers and Advance Business Valuation Conferences in San Antonio, Texas during the popular Luncheon and International Awards Presentation. Past ASA International Presidents were each honored with the receipt of a newly designed ASA past president jacket in a special ceremony. Current ASA International President, J. […]

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The Appraiser in Litigation—Skills in Expert Testimony, Discovery and Litigation Support

TweetASA’s Northern California Chapter will be hosting a special seminar on this topic Thursday, November 14 from 9am-4pm in San Francisco, CA. We recently sat down with presenter Steven F. Schroeder JD ASA MCBA to learn more. Q: Why should appraisers from all disciplines attend this seminar? A: Legal counsel and the Courts rely on […]

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8th International Conference on the Valuation of Plant, Machinery & Equipment (ICVPME): Post Event Wrap Up

TweetHaving just returned from ASA co-sponsored ICVPME Conference at St. Petersburg, Russia, Robert W. Clark, ASA and ICVPME Committee Secretary shares a few highlights about this unique conference and his experience. The conference opened with a workshop explaining the Machinery & Equipment Appraisers’ part as a fixed asset appraiser, and our compliment to the Business […]

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2013 Principles Of Valuation Courses at University of Chicago Conclude on High-note

TweetThe American Society of Appraisers (ASA) Personal Property Discipline concluded its 2013 Principles of Valuation (POV) courses at the University of Chicago in September with a joint luncheon program sponsored by ASA’s Chicago Chapter. A speaker from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Art Crimes Unit spoke to an audience of current and prospective students […]

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